Essay from Jeff Rasley

An Experience of Wounded Knee Goshen Redskins and Peace Times The population of North American indigenous people was decimated by a 90 percent reduction and the land they controlled was reduced from 100 percent to 2 percent, as a result … Continue reading

Prose from Jeff Rasley

Welcome to Kathmandu 1995 Where are the traffic lights and street signs? Water buffalo, cows, dogs, goats, roosters, and chickens wander across and sleep in the streets. Masses of people – women in beautiful flowing saris with dabs of paint … Continue reading

Essay from Jeff Rasley

A Modest Proposal to Cure what Ails the Body Politic in Facebook A house divided against itself cannot stand.” Abraham Lincoln The almost-deadly attack by a gunman at a Republican baseball practice on June 14th briefly focused national attention on … Continue reading

Essay from Jeff Rasley

The Phoenix Rises at the University of Chicago by Jeff Rasley John D. Rockefeller gave the money and Marshall Field gave the land to create the University of Chicago in 1890.  Rockefeller considered the U of C “the best investment … Continue reading